<p><a href="http://www.switchouse.com" ><b>Switchouse.com</b></a><br> In the past we've featured online stores, auctions, garage-sales and half-price sites. What about swapping? Will it work? A good person to ask is Arra Yerganian, CEO of one of the surviving online swap sites (former senior vice-president of marketing and trade services at toy maker Hasbro). What he has found is that while people love to use the Web to swap, you need to have more than swapping on your site to make money. Hence the array of options you find at Switchouse.com.</p> <p><a href="http://www.myplay.com" ><b>Myplay.com</b></a><br> Myplay's digital music 'Locker' technology allows websites to offer their users a place to store their music online and to share it with other people - but in such a way that it doesn't upset music rights holders. They have designed and implemented private-label locker infrastructures for customers such as AOL Time Warner and ETC Music's Musicteller.</p> <p><a href="http://www.mycfo.com" ><b>myCFO.com</b></a><br> It's very unlikely that any of us will ever need the services of myCFO. That's because it caters to a world way beyond the one most of us know. But it's an interesting business idea - if your only clients are super-rich, you only need a few of them. Its changing, too, as they go after people worth mearly $1 million to $10 million.</p> <p><a href="http://www.christianity.com" ><b>Christianity.com</b></a><br> According to Christianity.com, of the estimated 196 million Internet users worldwide, 87 million are Christians. More than 35% of individual Christians actively surf, search and spend online. But only 3 % of congregations are online. That's where Christianity.com sees its business opportunity.